Yarn Styles

 I have been busy spinning feathered yarns and the singles to go with them in preparation for upcoming shows. I will be packing my shop up tomorrow and heading out to Sanford, NC, for their annual fiber festival. I am indoors this year, so weather will not be an issue.
 I have added a few freeform yarns to my inventory. They will all be new to NC since all of the ones I had before are long gone.
 Some of my favorite yarns are the beaded ones. This yarn is closer to black than the charcoal that you see here.
 One of my most recent lambs' tails.
 I am trying to list more rovings on my etsy shop: www.uniquedesignsbykathy.etsy.com.
I spun two elastic yarns from the roving above. Both are slightly differently colored since the roving is variegated.
I raise my own fiber and my yarns would not be so unique without the animals. i love blending the different types together to get texture. This ram was huge and is a Merino Shetland cross. I just sheared one of the Shetland Merino crosses and the fleeces are gorgeous. Not quiet as fine as the Merino by itself, but awesome since it does not have to be spun up lace weight, which is what my pure Merinos seem to want to do.

My farm shop will be closed till the first week in June. You can find me at shows or through etsy. All of my most recent yarns are there as well as quite a few rovings and most of my patterns. Enjoy browsing!